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Packo Inox - food industry: discover our main products (4 new folders)

Packo Inox is a maunfacture of worldwide repute for  stainless steel solutions within the food industry. Our equipment is desinged and manufacture according to the highest hygienic design standards and regulations.

 

Our core competence is the construction of stainless steel components such as:

  • up to 30.000 liter for storage and processing tanks 
  • Cleaning In Place (CIP) installations
  • mobile CIP installations
    o the standard and automatic Packo Mobile CIP, type 's' (the   PMC-   s): new !!
    o the PLC control Packo Mobile CIP, type a (the PMC-a)
  • Melting unit is designed to melt blocs of butter, margarines and other meltable food product: the Packo Melting Unit (PMU) (new)
  • Icewater-system  is for instant cooling up to <5°C: the Packo Ice Builder unit (PIB). The PIB is the idealst systeem of the cooling from:
    o Boiler in the big kitchen
    o Ice mixing
    o Liquid yeast and leaven installations
    o Melk and diverse products
  • Centrifugal pumps

 

For over 50 years we have combined our know-how as a component builder with our knowledge and expertise in the automation of processing (delicate) fluids,  in the field of:

  •  cooling and heating
  •  mixing
  •  pumping
  •  dosing

Packo Inox is the ideal partner for your custom-made process lines!


Our new folders are available in English. We have the pleasure to sending this simple request to you. (inox@packo.com).

The available folders are:

  • Packo Tank Builder: an overview (new folder)
  • The Standard and automatic Packo Mobile CIP (Type PMC-s) (new folder)
  • The PLC-control Packo Mobile CIP (type PMC-a)
  • The Melting Unit (And: Packo Melting Unit: PMU) (new folder)
  • The Packo process line (new folder)
  • De Packo icewater-system (And: Packo Ice Builder unit, type PIB). Folder available in Dutch, Franch and English
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